No more Santa photos, I promise. When you teach in China you are sometimes overcome by the cuteness.
It’s a small world, as the syrupy song proclaims.
My lao po and I were returning from a restaurant a week or two back when we learned some surprising news. We have become incapable of cooking for ourselves. Either laziness or exhaustion, or a little of both are the explanations.
Yes, utter beauty. A sublime smile in nature’s spotlight. I have the best job in the world.
Laundry. As inevitable as death, taxes, stress, disappointment, and the thousand other unavoidable foibles of life. Where do the missing socks go?
Guangzhou is nicknamed Wuyangcheng (City of Five Rams) and Yangcheng (City of Rams). A sculpture of the legendary five rams was erected in Yuexiu Park
Maybe that’s my attraction to China, and China Travel. Temples, tombs, and houses that hold the energy of the generations…
When I was young I would complain to my mother about cleaning chores or making my bed. Her standard response was, “When you have your own house you can do whatever you want.”
The deathless words and advice of intrepid traveler, photographer, and uber-brave blogger Stevo are posted at My Several Worlds. I have been welcomed as a guest author with an article on planning ahead for better travel photographs. Globetrotteri and her Several Worlds was one of the first expat blogs I found in April when I…
What is the history of marching band uniforms? Can I blame America for this madness? Why are Chinese kids in such ridiculous outfits?
Sweet little girl, I don’t know your name. Tai ke ai le, is the Chinese: Too cute. I wish you luck, competing in the speaking contest.